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Adventure Dives
Night - 10/6
Navigation - 10/7
Deep - 10/8
Wreck - 10/8

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STSC Annual
Underwater
Pumpkin Carving
contest 10/15 at 12:00pm

STORE CLOSED......

Sunken Treasure Scuba Center will be closed from October 31st through November 3rd so the staff can attend the DEMA show.  This is our yearly chance to see new products coming into the industry, learn new information about diving programs and find dive destinations that just might be fun to take our divers to.  It's been four years since we've been there so we are hoping to find the latest and greatest the divining industry has to offer.

Up and Close

10/7 - River Cleanup at Jay Street - 9:00am register by 10/6
10/8 - STSC Customer Appreciation Day at Dutch Springs - Discount coupons available at the Scuba Center

10/15 - STSC’s Annual U/W Pumpkin Carving Contest - 12:00pm at Jay St must register by 10/11

At a Glance...

10/6 - Adventure Night Dive meets at STSC - 6:00pm w/Rich
10/7 - River Cleanup at Jay Street - 9:00am register by 10/6
10/7 - Adventure Navigation Dive meets at STSC - 12:30pm w/Rich & Greg
10/8 - 6pak/fun dive at Dutch Springs

10/10 - STSC Customer Appreciation Day at Dutch Springs - Discount coupons available at the Scuba Center
10/8 - Adventure Dives offered at Dutch Springs (Deep, Enriched Air Nitrox & Wreck)
10/14 - 10/21 - CoCo View Resort -  Roatan, Honduras with Phillip & Borden
10/15 - STSC’s Annual U/W Pumpkin Carving Contest - 12:00pm at Jay St must register by 10/11
10/31 - 11/3 - STSC WILL BE CLOSED
11/17 - Enriched Air Nitrox course - meets at STSC - 6:30pm must register by 11/9
12/8 - STSC’s Annual Christmas Party/Open House - 6:30pm

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Cleanup - Volunteers Needed for October 7th

Since 1984 Sunken Treasure Scuba Center has been involved with local waterway debris cleanups along with our partners, PADI Project AWARE (Aquatic World Awareness Responsibility, and Education) and Clinton County Cleanscapes. Since 2000 when we started keeping records we have removed over 11,000 tires and tons of other trash from our local waterways. Though we remove trash anytime we dive, our last scheduled event this year will be October 7th, The area of intent will be the Jay Street basin which borders the Jay Street bridge to the dam.  We'll need people on shore, in the water, photographers, boaters/boats and even a couple of people to collect data.  So there is room for everyone to help.  For more information or to volunteer please call Rich Best by October 6th at Sunken Treasure Scuba Center - 570-398-1458 - stsc@divestsc.com.


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